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Guilty plea in food pantry theft

October 16, 2013

One of the three men involved in the June theft of thousands of dollars of food from the Gospel Mission Food Pantry pleaded guilty Tuesday and was sentenced to 150 days in jail. Christopher A....

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Oct-16-13 10:35 AM

That'll teach ya to steal from an establishment ran by the captain of the police department!

Guess they didn't think that one through well enough?

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Oct-16-13 11:03 AM

It shouldn't matter who they steal from, the punishment should fit the crime...

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Oct-16-13 11:34 AM

Does anyone dress up even remotely decent for their court appearances anymore? Part of their jail sentence should include some kind of manual labor for which they will be compensated with a basic suit.

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Oct-16-13 1:51 PM

And sooooo..... He faced a maximum of 12 months. He received 150 days in WCJ minus the 38 days he has already served. Horse pucky! All the overtime spent solving this crime and this is all he gets? At least now the MPD can utilize their hours for the unsolved murder.

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Oct-16-13 4:10 PM

His 3 years community control needs to be spent helpin at the food pantry!

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